Fly for Just $19 Each Way Into Late 2016

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I love when Frontier Airlines pulls out their $19 flights for everyone (not just “Discount Den” members) and right now they are again available!

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Of course not all routes are $19, but below is a sampling of routes that are available for just $19 all-in each way! If you are in the market to fly Frontier (remember everything costs extra), I highly recommend you go check out the prices not only for these, but also other routes that could be available for $29, $39, etc. What I really like about this particular sale, other than of course the $19 prices, is that there are available dates for many months out into the future so you don’t have to just be a last minute traveler to take advantage.

$19 Frontier Flights Include:

Memphis – Atlanta

Raleigh – Atlanta

Chicago – Minneapolis

Philadelphia – Cleveland

Salt Lake City – Las Vegas

Cincinnati – Atlanta

Indianapolis – Atlanta

St. Louis – Atlanta

Atlanta – Memphis

Frontier flights are also bookable on Orbitz where you can earn Orbucks at the same time.

No matter which route you take to find your $19 flight, remember you can take advantage of low fares while still using points and keeping cash in your wallet by using a fixed valued rewards credit card to purchase your airfare (just remember to keep the minimum redemption amounts in mind) and then pay for the charge with points.

For example, you could book a $38 round trip ticket on the routes that are $19 each way and then pay with the Barclaycard using just 3,800 points to offset the cost of the ticket. You will then get 190 of those redeemed points back (5% back) for a grand total of 3,610 points per round trip ticket! Compare that to the standard 25,000 mile domestic round trip saver award ticket with traditional airline programs and you can see what a bargain that can be!


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